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WE’RE getting closer and closer to football’s pinnacle event — the 2018 World Cup.

While we made do with international friendlies and squad selection debates, there’s another way to get excited for the tournament in Russia.

That’s because kits are being launched thick and fast for the 32 participating countries.

Adidas will be the predominant kit supplier for this event, with 12 of the 32 nations wearing the German mega-brand. As expected, Nike are not far behind, with 10 — including the Socceroos — sporting the swoosh.

There’s also a couple of countries in New Balance, Umbro and Puma, while Errea, Hummel, Romai and Uhlsport with have a presence.

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